For starting and keeping healthy habits, the Pixel Watch 2 can make all the difference.
Engineered with Google smarts and the health expertise of Fitbit, the
And since the Pixel Watch 2 pairs with Android devices as well as Pixel phones, you can use it to start tracking health metrics and gaining insights right away, regardless of what Android phone you use.1
Knowledge is power when it comes to making changes, whether you want to increase the intensity of your workout, reduce stress, or improve your sleep.
Here are three ways the Pixel Watch 2 can help you reach your health and fitness goals.
Many people need a nudge to change a sedentary lifestyle, especially given the number of jobs that require long hours of desk time. If you find yourself sitting too much at work or at home, you can set reminders on the Pixel Watch 2 to get up and move. With Wear OS, the Pixel Watch 2 will not only track your steps as you take them, but also remind you when it’s time to get up and start walking.
Just five minutes of light walking every half-hour can counteract the negative impact of too much sitting, according to a recent study published in the American College of Sports Medicine’s journal Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. The Pixel Watch 2 can help you remember to stand up and stretch your legs, or hit the trails, tennis court, or pool for a more invigorating workout.
If you want to move more but aren’t sure what kind of exercise you might like, get ideas from dozens of video and audio workouts on the
Even if you get enough Z’s most nights, the Pixel Watch 2 can give you a better look at the quality of those hours in bed. Learn more about your sleep each morning when you wake up and check your
Stress is an enemy of sleep because it puts your body in “fight or flight” mode – which also can make for some pretty unpleasant daytime hours. The Pixel Watch 2 can detect when you’re starting to show
The Pixel Watch 2 paired with your Pixel or Android phone can help make achieving your health and fitness goals a bit less daunting, regardless of what those goals are.
Works with most phones running Android 9.0 or newer and requires a Google Account, Google Pixel Watch app, and internet access. Some features require Fitbit mobile app and/or a paid subscription. Google apps and services are not available in all countries or languages. See g.co/pixelwatch/specs for technical and device specifications.
Maximum battery life is approximate and is based on testing conducted in California in mid 2023 on pre-production hardware and software, using default settings with a median Pixel user battery usage profile across a mix of talk, data, standby, and use of other features. Battery life depends on features enabled, usage, environment and many other factors. Use of certain features will decrease battery life. Actual battery life may be lower.
Compared to Google Pixel Watch (1st gen). Based on 90th percentile bpm errors from 2023 testing of individuals engaged in HIIT, spinning and rowing using pre-production Pixel Watch 2 and Pixel Watch (1st gen). Percentage improvement does not relate to other exercises.
Some features require Fitbit mobile app. Not available in all countries. Significant changes in ambient temperature may negatively impact skin temperature tracking.
Sleep Profile requires Fitbit Premium membership. Not intended for medical purposes. Consult your healthcare professional for questions about your health. For monthly insights, you must wear a Fitbit tracker or smartwatch to sleep for at least 14 nights over a month-long period.
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